13 hrs ago
Farmington Daily Times
Open house at NMSU's Agricultural Science Center in Farmington teaches public about crops
Dozens of people interested in agricultural science learned more about raising crops on Friday during an open house at the New Mexico State University Agricultural Science Center in Farmington.
23 hrs ago
Burrell college looks at serving a dual purpose
The $85 million Burrell College of Osteopathic Medicine to be built on the campus of New Mexico State University is as much about training minority and Native American doctors as it is helping to alleviate a doctor shortage in New Mexico.
New program helps students with financial aid needs
LAS CRUCES >> Financial aid, including scholarships, grants, work-study and loans, are resources most college students utilize, and New Mexico State University has a new program to help students maintain their financial resources as they work toward graduation.
Thu Jul 24, 2014
NMSU introduces program for new students
New Mexico State University student Ashley Lozoya strolls down a walking path on campus against a fall season backdrop in Las Cruces.
The Miami Herald
NMSU creates company to manage, develop assets
New Mexico State University is creating a tax-exempt nonprofit corporation to manage and develop the Las Cruces-based university's land, property and water assets.
NMSU veteran, military programs carry priority
NMSU students and employees turn out for a special Veteran's Day picnic near Garcia Annex in honor of U.S. military veterans.
Wed Jul 23, 2014
NMSU regents approve strengthening admissions requirements
LAS CRUCES >> New Mexico State University regents on Wednesday approved a measure, endorsed by the Faculty Senate, to rasie the university's admission requirements.
NM Farm & Ranch Museum
The following events are scheduled at t5he New Mexico Fram and Ranch Heritage Museum at 4100 Dripping Springs Road in Las Cruces.
Tue Jul 22, 2014
NMSU students maneuver concrete canoe
LAS CRUCES, N.M. >> New Mexico State University's concrete canoe team placed 13th of 23 other universities that competed at the American Society of Civil Engineers National Concrete Canoe Competition.
NMSU Sophomore designs water filter for Palomas residents
A chemical engineering sophomore developed water filters that will be implemented in houses and schools in Puerto Palomas.
Quay County Sun
Lynn Moncus was hard but believed in her students
I recently learned of the passing of Lynn Moncus and wished to express my condolences to the residents of Quay County.
Las Cruces Sun-News
The Mental Health First Aid two day workshop will take place from 8:30 a.m.-12:30 p.m. Aug. 11 and Aug. 18 at the Women's Intercultural Center, 303 Lincoln St., in Anthony.
Mon Jul 21, 2014
Burrell putting millions into escrow for new med school
The Burrell College of Osteopathic Medicine to be built in Las Crucesa is an $85 million project, but about $28 million will be used to build the 80,000 square-foot school on the campus of New Mexico State University.
CattleFax' Topper Thorpe To Receive Industry Achievement Award
CATTLEFAX' TOPPER THORPE TO RECEIVE INDUSTRY ACHIEVEMENT AWARD Jul. 21, 2014 Source: Certified Angus Beef news release There is no man more associated with the words "cattle market" than Topper Thorpe, who left his mark on the industry during a 32-year tenure with CattleFax.
Sun Jul 20, 2014
Las Cruces Sun-News
Eye on Research: NMSU professor uses a community garden project to eliminate stigmas of mental health
NMSU photo by Tiffany Acosta Through a community garden project in Vado, Maria Gurrola, associate professor in the School of Social Work at New Mexico State University, worked with adults and adolescences to erase stigmas about mental health.
Sat Jul 19, 2014
El Paso Times
UTEP students & professors team with NMSU, EPA to provide colonia residents with drinking water
Past the city limits in east El Paso County lies Hueco Tanks, a sparsely inhabited area where residents coexist with the harshness of the Chihuahuan Desert and where drinkable water is as scarce as cellphone reception.
Should the Apollo Lunar Landing Sites Be Protected?
Buzz Aldrin stands beside the U.S. flag on the moon during the first lunar landing mission, Apollo 11. NASA The Sea of Tranquility remains tranquil today, but it may not always be so.
Fri Jul 18, 2014
Las Cruces Sun-News
August dance workshop set in Las Cruces
LAS CRUCES >> Dancers ages 11 and older are invited to participate in a weeklong workshop with New Mexico State University Dance Program and the Las Cruces Symphony Chamber Orchestra Aug. 4-10.
Advocates decry NMSU, UNM admission plans
Latino civil rights groups are criticizing New Mexico State and University of New Mexico proposals seeking to increase admission standards.
Thu Jul 17, 2014
Salt Lake Tribune
Dixie State University chooses 18th president
A northern Utah boy who attended college at Weber State and then left the state is returning home after being named Thursday as the 18th president of Dixie State University.